100 Word Challenge – Week 10#

The 100 "Word Challenge
A couple of weeks ago, some comments were left on the 100WC post because the writers did not have a blog. If you would like to use a blog that has been set up especially for that purpose please email Sally-Jayne at [email protected] . She is one of Team 100WC and will sort it out for you!
I do hope you are enjoying the comments from members of Team 100WC. We are gradually building up numbers so you all should have at least two comments from them. One thing to remember though, they may not get to your entries until Wednesday or Thursday so please don’t think you have been forgotten!
Goodness me what wonderful, scary, disgusting things were in those bags last week. Well done everyone – you really did well with your descriptions! This week the showcase has been suggested by Team 100WC flks!

**********WEEK #9 SHOWCASE **********

Olivia from Falcon Girl’s School

Katie from Warminster Prep

Orla from Kip McGrath


Now for this week. I would really like you to use your imaginations and perhaps not go down the blood and gore route. The prompt is

…as I turned round it changed shape…

If you are new to the 100 Word Challenge let me explain. It is a weekly creative writing challenge for children under 16 years of age. I give a prompt, which sometimes is a picture or a series of individual words and the children can use up to 100 words to write a creative piece. This should be posted on class blogs and then linked below. Take care to put the URL of the POST not the blog please.

One of the special things about 100WC is that everyone is encouraged to visit other blogs and leave a constructive comment. Perhaps you could leave a reminder to pop back in later in the week so that those entries that come in just before the link closes get some comments. I know they would really appreciate that!

TEACHERS:- We would really love more people to join Team 100WC. Those folks who have signed up are having a great time with 10-12 entries to read each week. We have some parents of children who take part so I would be really grateful if you could spread the word and maybe include you colleagues who are not involved in taking part. The more on the team the more comments for the children!

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